Monday, 18 June 2012

Monday ramble and some of a picture of Broadstairs.


The options on Sunday were either to go to the Turner Contemporary to see the picture of the queen, which I guessed would be over packed, or The Dickens Festival in Broadstairs.

I am having various picture problems at the moment, on the photography front I have had various problems with the firm that provides the webhosting for my photos, so I am going through the process of moving my michaelsbookshop.com website.

This means that at the moment the photos I took of The Dickens Festival will have to wait until later in week.

On the painting front I have had to cheat a bit due to just not having enough time, the picture above I at least managed to draw in situe but I didn’t have time to put any paint on it, so some aspects of the colouration and positioning of things may be a bit strange.

With a bit of luck I will get time to add some people later, at least I am fairly certain I can remember what people look like.

I will ramble on here and hopefully add some more pictures if I get the time, my bookshop is unaccountably busy today.  

1 comment:

  1. I know how some people look and I would rather forget them. I didnt get down to the Turner for the picture I was recovering from a few days away, but I am going this week when a friend comes to visit.

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